Definition of Flumed

1. flume [v] - See also: flume



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flumed

flukeworm
flukeworms
flukey
flukier
flukiest
flukily
flukiness
flukinesses
fluking
flukish
fluky
flulike
flumazenil
flumazepil
flume
flumed (current term)
flumen
flumes
flumethasone
flumethiazide
flumina
flumina pilorum
fluming
fluminous
flumioxazin
flummadiddle
flummadiddles
flummeries
flummox

Literary usage of Flumed

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1. The Mineral Industry by Richard Pennefather Rothwell (1905)
"The mines and washery are at the top of a mountain and the washed coal is flumed down to coke ovens below. The run of mine coal is received at a bin from ..."

2. Coke: A Treatise on the Manufacture of Coke and Other Prepared Fuels and the by John Fulton (1905)
"If this nut coal is not to be shipped as fuel, but is to be used for making coke, it is flumed to the second nut-coal elevator /, which has perforated ..."

3. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury Transmitting Report Upon the by United States Dept. of the Treasury, John Ross Browne (1867)
"... the expenditures of the company during the season were 8176,985, and their profits 875000. They flumed the river again in 1858, and then lost 845000. ..."

4. Resources of the Pacific Slope: A Statistical and Descriptive Summary of the by John Ross Browne (1869)
"The river was flumed every year from 1850 to 1865, and for the first seven or eight years paid high. At Union bar much of the gold was in pieces resembling ..."

5. Water-supply and Irrigation Papers of the United States Geological Survey by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1902)
"Immediately on leaving the dam the water is flumed across Cedar Creek, ... One of the branches is flumed across the creek, and after watering a small field ..."

6. Condensed Description of the Manufacture of Beet Sugar by Franz Murke (1921)
"... the contents of the mud flume, especially in factories where the mud has passed an efficient mixer before being flumed out to the mud settling pond. ..."

7. The Kansas City Review of Science and Industry (1885)
"The estimate for dredging where the material can be flumed into its place of ... More than half of this can be dredged and flumed to its dumping ground at a ..."

8. The Kansas City Review of Science and Industry (1885)
"The estimate for dredging where the material can be flumed into its place of ... More than half of this can be dredged and flumed to its dumping ground at a ..."

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